[arin-ppml] Policy Proposal: Whois Integrity Policy Proposal

Howard, W. Lee Lee.Howard at stanleyassociates.com
Wed Aug 20 08:26:10 EDT 2008

> The LRSA should be structured so that it serves as a strong 
> check on ARIN's -future- actions with repspect to the legacy 
> registrations. It doesn't make the grade. A properly 
> motivated ARIN board would have sufficient legal wiggle room 
> to do just about anything they wanted to the legacy 
> registrants with no recourse on the registrants part, exactly 

The LRSA says ARIN won't take your legacy address space based on
a lack of utilization.  Section 10b.  It also says that in any
conflicts between ARIN policies and the LRSA, the LRSA wins.
(b) ARIN will take no action to reduce the services provided for
Included Number Resources that are not currently being utilized by the
Legacy Applicant.


> as is the case for modern end-user registrants. Give the 
> legacy registrant the power to terminate the contract and the 
> possibility of adverse action by ARIN can never become a 
> serious threat.
> Regards,
> Bill Herrin
> --
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